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are also going nonstop. vice president joe biden in colorado today, and paul ryan in pennsylvania, virginia, florida, and ohio. ohio could be the biggest battleground of the election, and the race there is tight. a just released cnn-orc poll shows obama ahead by just three points, well within the margin of error. an nbc "wall street journal" marist poll shows a wider gap with obama leading by six points. president obama is speaking at a rally in mentor, ohio, in hour. dan lothian is there along with him. dan, good morning. ohio certainly critical to these candidates. what line of attack is the president expected to take there to widen his lead? >> well, you know, randi, it continues to be one that focus on the auto industry. i'm told by a campaign official that the president will continue that theme that he was pushing yesterday while campaigning here in ohio, that the auto bailout which he pushed, which he says that mitt romney did not support, helped to save thousands of jobs here in an area that the auto industry is very critical to employment here, so that's the theme that the president
to governor romney, and i congratulated him and paul ryan on a hard fought campaign. >> reporter: with the 2012 election barely in the rearview mirror, we're already thinking about the next road to the white house. marco rubio heads to iowa next weekend to headline a republican event. does the popular gop senator from florida have designs on running for the next republican nomination? a source close to rubio says that kind of talk is way too premature, but adds about the state that kicks off the caucus, it's always good to have friends in iowa. senators ran paul of kentucky and john thune of south dakota, former governor jeb bush of florida and rick santorum who battled mitt romney deep into this year's primaries. former governor mike hucka bewho ran for president four years ago and the past two republican running mates congressman paul ryan and sarah palin. as for the democrats, the vice president keeps dropping hints of running again for president. even though she keeps saying no to running, there are tons of democrats that hope she'll eventually say yes. as for new names keep
in pennsylvania as well covering the running mate paul ryan, he had a big rally in harrisburg, pennsylvania. you have ryan there yesterday, and now today you're going to have mitt romney in suburban philadelphia, a crucial spinning part of the state. no republican has won a presidential election there since 1988. the polls have tightened. they have a ton of ads. that's all you saw on the commercial breaks were romney ads. a lot more of them than the obama ads. 20 electoral votes at stake. they may have a chance here, they think. the obama campaign is saying the opposite. they say it's a sign of desperation that he can't win in other battleground states like ohio, wisconsin, and iowa. we'll find out who is right on november 6th, right? >> we certainly will. so much to watch. paul steinhauser, thank you so much. >>> wolf blitzer and anderson cooper take a closer look at the candidates' final push before the elections. in america's choice 2012 countdown to election day, be sure to tune in tonight at 8:00 p.m. eastern time. >>> well, life is slowly returning to normal for those affected by superstor
because he and paul ryan have a plan for day one to get jobs. i mean, this president -- >> i was asking you about the -- i was asking you specifically about the plan for the jobs for the auto industry, and i do want to mention, too, even chrysler's chief executive officer has debunked this ad. the jeeps will not be made in china. he said certainly not at the expense of the american workers. christianler -- >> he said -- i wanted to clear that up. >> that's what the ad points out that that is -- that they are doing that. he obviously we want to have more cars made here. we want to have more trade. >> it's not at the expense of american jobs is the point. it's not at the expense -- >> there will be -- well, this president has lost. there are fewer jobs today in all -- in pretty much every industry under this president. unemployment has been stagnant. he said if we spend $1 trillion that we would have a 5.2% unemployment, and instead it went up this week, 7.9, higher than when the president came into office. the president has failed on all of his metrics. he said he'd turn the economy arou
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